AECL Faculty and Students Earn High Honors at the 2022 Southern Association of Agricultural Scientists Conference
Friday, February 25, 2022
AECL Faculty and Students Earn High Honors at the 2022 Southern Association of Agricultural Scientists Conference.
The Oklahoma State University Department of Agricultural Education, Communications and Leadership faculty and students were well represented at the 2022 National Agricultural Communications Symposium and brought home top honors.
Dr. M. Craig Edwards, agricultural education professor, was awarded the Southern Region Distinguished International Agricultural Educator Award, and Dr. Shelly Legg was recognized as the Southern Region Distinguished Agricultural Communications Educator.
Tyler J. Price, an agricultural education graduate student, was recognized for having the Distinguished Innovative Idea Poster. His poster was titled “Leadership Development through Livestock SAEs: Using Near-Peer Groups to Build Students’ Leadership and Animal Science Knowledge and Skills.” Linnea Langusch was also recognized for presenting the Outstanding Research Poster. Her poster is titled “The steaks are high: COVID 19’s impact on direct-to-consumer marketing in the Oklahoma beef industry.”
Audrey King, agricultural communications and Rural Renewal Initiative Assistant Director was elected NACS Secretary, which is the start of a four-year officer cycle.
OSU AECL leadership is incredibly proud of the hard work and dedication of our faculty and students. The full list of research presentations are as follows:
Rural Sociology Research Presentations
Identifying Impacts of COVID-19 in Rural Oklahoma
Shane Robinson. Audrey E. H. King, Tyson Ochsner, Paul Weckler, & Mark Woodring
A Multifaceted Understanding of Producer Identity and Relationships
Audrey E. H. King & Quisto Settle
National Agricultural Communications Symposium Research Papers and Posters
Young Mothers’ Trust of Celebrities and Influencers for Food Safety and Nutrition Information
Linnea Langusch, Taylor K. Ruth (UNL), Quisto Settle, & Joy N. Rumble
The steaks are high: COVID 19’s impact on direct-to-consumer marketing in the Oklahoma beef industry
Linnea Langusch, Dwayne D. Cartmell, & Quisto Settle
Trust in Triage: A quantitative survey investigating rural residents’ trust in science
Lauri M. Baker (UF), Audrey E. H. King, Cheng-xian Yang (UF), Ashley McLeod-Morin (UF), and Kristina M. Boone
Avoiding sampling limitations in agricultural communications research without breaking the bank
American Association for Agricultural Education
The Effect of Two Reflective Strategies on Student Multicultural Competency Development during an Online Multicultural Course
Lauren Lewis Cline, Penny Pennington Weeks, William G. Weeks, J. Shane Robinson, & Karen Hickman
Purposeful STEM Integration in School-Based Agricultural Education Programs
Christopher J. Eck (Clemson), Kristopher Rankin III, and J. Shane Robinson
School-Based Agricultural Education Teachers’ Current Level of STEM Integration
Christopher J. Eck (Clemson) and Nathan Smith
Building Comradery Between Preservice and In-Service Teachers
Emily O. Manuel, Kathryn Teixeira (Fresno), Emily A. Sewell, Kristopher Rankin III, & Robert Terry, Jr.
Challenging Students to Do Good through Service Beyond the Leadership Classroom
Courtney P. Brown, Erin Roberts, & Lauren Lewis Cline
Leadership Development through Livestock SAEs: Using Near-Peer Groups to Build Students’ Leadership and Animal Science Knowledge and Skills
Tyler J. Price & M. Craig Edwards
Letting The Old Dog's Teach The Pups Their Tried-And-True Tricks
Emily A. Sewell, Tyler J. Price, Emily O. Manuel, Ryan W. Best, Kristopher Rankin III, and Robert Terry, Jr.
Student Perspectives in Agricultural Leadership Education: A Q Methodology Study
Pronoun Preparedness of Preservice School-Based Agricultural Education Teachers: Analysis of Their Knowledge and Preparedness Regarding Gender Pronouns
The OSU Department of Agricultural Education, Communications and Leadership in the Ferguson College of Agriculture is dedicated to developing well-rounded agricultural professionals, educators, communicators, and leaders through academic, research and extension and outreach efforts. Learn more at aged.okstate.edu.